Глобальний центр плюралізму надає премії активістам та організаціям за визначні досягнення у підтримці розмаїття та інклюзивності у світі. Розмір премії складає 50 000 канадських доларів. Дедлайн - 30 квітня 2018 року (далі - англ.).
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The Global Pluralism Award celebrates achievement and excellence in the field of pluralism. The Award is presented once every two years to individuals, organizations, governments and businesses of any nationality. Through their remarkable and sustained achievements, awardees contribute to building more inclusive societies in which human diversity is protected.
Presented by the Global Centre for Pluralism, an international research and education centre located in Ottawa, Canada, the Award aims to
- Raise the international profile of pluralism, defined as a principle of respect for diversity,
- Identify and disseminate innovative and successful approaches to pluralism globally, and
- Recognize and raise the profile of exemplary organizations, individuals or other entities seeking to advance pluralism.
Who is eligible?
Nominees must demonstrate remarkable and sustained achievement in any of the wide range of disciplines related to pluralism.
Eligible nominees from all countries are eligible.
- legal reform
- human rights
- democracy promotion,
- social cohesion
- ethnic relations
- conflict resolution
- migration and integration
- individuals (e.g. artists, journalists, academics, policy-makers, filmmakers, etc.);
- civil society organizations (e.g. professional associations, faith-based organizations, labour unions, non-profit research or educational institutions, local community groups, non-governmental organizations, foundations, think tanks, etc.);
- social enterprises;
- educational, research and policy institutions (public or private);
- local/municipal, regional or federal/national branches of governments, etc.
- Nominees must be living. The Award cannot be given posthumously.
- Nominees must not be an agency or employee of any of the Centre’s founding partners, namely the Government of Canada and the Aga Khan Development Network.
- Nominees must not be members of the jury, the Centre’s Board or staff or a consultant receiving remuneration from the Centre at the time of nomination. Close relations and organizations owned or operated by the jury, Screening Committee, the Centre’s Board members and staff are also non-eligible.
- Individuals and organizations nominated for the Award must not have been found guilty of committing violent crimes, terrorism, or other criminal activities; or have publicly held extremist views.
|30 August 2018
||Submission process closes
||Submissions will be accepted until 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
|Submission processing and initial screening
||The Centre’s Secretariat processes and screens the nominations received. Some candidates may be required to provide additional documentation.
||An independent international Jury of experts reviews submissions and selects a shortlist. Unsuccessful candidates are notified.
|March – May 2019
||Site visits to shortlist
||As part of the due diligence, the Centre’s Secretariat may visit some of the shortlisted candidates in person. The scope, date and length of the visit will be agreed with candidates beforehand.
||Final Jury meeting
|| Award winners and honourable mention recipients are selected and notified.
||Public announcement of Award winners
|| Awareness-raising and in-country press conferences follow.
|| The Award is presented in Ottawa, Canada.
Online application form